Women Entrepreneurs’ Associations (WEAs) are a type of business association formed to address the challenges specific to women entrepreneurs. WEAs are normally voluntary, member-based non-profit organizations of small business people that encourage entrepreneurship through leadership and mentorship, networking, training and advocacy. One of the major benefits of WEAs is the ability to cooperate and pursue common interests such as accessing finance for their members or negotiating with governments to improve policies, strategies and administrative procedures. This guide takes readers step-by-step on how to create, manage, and grow successful WEAs. Additional content in the annexes addresses topics such as disabilities and HIV/AIDs and provides sample mission statements, action plans and project proposals.